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4434Quantum Mechanics Applets and Tutorials
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Site is a tutorial on quantum mechanics, with extensive discussion and many applets hyperlinked throughout. Extensive list of references also available.Computational Physics in Quantum Mechanics
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This is a computer laboratory supplement to a standard quantum mechanics course. The software package Matlab is used by students to to solve quantum problems. Included on the site are tutorials on the use of Matlab, exercises for students, numerical packages for students to use and modify to solve problems, and a set of end-of-term projects.HyperPhysics Quantum Physics
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A hyperlinked exploration of quantum physics and quantum mechanics.Quantized Angular Momentum (Physics)
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Illustration and explanation of quantized angular momentumQuantum Numbers
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Quantum numbers describe the state of electrons in an atom. Learn about the principal quantum number, orbital quantum number, magnetic quantum number, and spin quantum number in this interactive tutorial.The Fireworks of Elementary Particle Physics
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A tutorial on elementary particle physics. Topics discussed include fundamental forces and their relative strengths, the quark theory of hadrons, Feynman diagrams and hadron decay.Two-Level Systems
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A presentation of the physics of quantum two-level systems, with spin-1/2 being used as the canonical example. Includes discussions of the states, time dependence, and unstable systems. Some problems with solutions are also included. This is part of an online quantum mechanics course.